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May 1, 2013 10:00am PDT
at the top of the hour, press secretary jay carney wouldn't talk about the latest charges. in fact, he couldn't say whether president obama had been briefed by his counter terrorism advisor who has kept him regularly updated since the explosions. he did address critics who said mr. obama was hasty to conclude the tsarnaev brothers were self-radicalized though none of the three people arrested today is believed to have known beforehand that the attack was coming. here is a little bit of what carney had to say. >> even if we posit that it may seem at this point, basissed on the information that has been gathered and produced and reported on, that it looks as though these might have been self-radicalized individuals. you know, that's supposition that has to be proven through the investigation. >> the president said yesterday the fbi and department of homeland security both did what they were supposed to be doing. he said local law enforcement officials performed an exemplary fashion. his critics warned against assuming there was no foreign involvement in the bombings and officials are now, in fa
FOX News
Apr 29, 2013 10:00am PDT
for them. nurses to talk to for you. visit ♪ >> megyn: we are watching an eye vent with president obama at the white house right now. he is naming the mayor of charlotte, north carolina, a beautiful town, as his pick to be the next secretary of transportation. a white house official tells fox that anthony fox was tapped for the job in part because he has successfully overseen a rapid growth in his city's infrastructure since becoming mayor in 2009. if you would like to, you can watch that teaming live on your other news source >>> on capitol hill, republicans senators say they can save taxpayers $30 billion by cutting what they call waste and fraud from the food stamp program. they want to block the reported purchases of things like cigarettes, liquor, and ipads to which some democrats are now accusing the gop of wanting to, quote, hurt our kids. mike emmanuel has more. mike? >> hi. the republican lawmakers behind this legislation want to take a closer look at the explosion in the number of people receiving food stamps, nearly 16 million people added in
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